Welcome, and thank you for visiting us online. We hope that our website can answer your questions. If not, please feel free to call or come in for a visit. We look forward to meeting you!
Monday - Thursday, 9 am - 1 pm
The office is closed on Fridays and on all federal holidays.
3600 Harper Rd.
PO Box 1547
Open Minds + Loving Hearts + Giving Hands
"Becoming a reconciling presence within the community, celebrating the Risen Christ, embracing all people and building a family of faith."
All are welcome!
Rite II @ 10:00 am with Children's Chapel
Coffee & Conversation after the service
We are located on Harper Rd., just 2/10 of a mile north of Interstate 40 at Exit 182.
Go to the "Visit Us" page for our physical location, map, and mailing address.
Bishop’s Visit – Sunday, February 16th
The Right Reverend Samuel Rodman was consecrated XII Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina July 15, 2017, and he will make his first visitation to St. Clement’s February 16th. Please plan to attend. We need everyone to help welcome him and show him how much fun we are! And everyone will have a chance to meet him at the reception following the service.
Volunteers for Children’s Chapel: The sign-up sheet has been posted for the winter & spring session and it is nearly empty. Please see where you can help. Thank you.
Altar Flowers: There are 39 Sundays in which flowers are needed. Please prayerfully consider signing up for just 1 (or more) Sunday(s). If you have never provided altar flowers before and have questions on what to do, please do not hesitate to call the office.
St. Clement's Homecoming Pot Luck - Sunday, July 12th
In honor of the 35th anniversary of the founding of St. Clement's, a Homecoming lunch will be held on Sunday, July 12th, after the 10 am service. We will gather at 11:15 for a potluck lunch that will include former members, as well as current members and guests. We hope to share favorite stories about St. Clement's, renew acquaintances and strengthen our faith community. A good time for all, with the Blessing and Joy of our Lord in abundance. We’ll also have our “work-in-progress” scrapbook on hand so bring your memories, pictures, mementos as well as your stories. Mark your calendars and plan to attend!
Al Anon Meetings
Meetings held on Fridays at noon. Everyone who has experienced life with an alcoholic be they a spouse, friend, child, or parent - are welcomed.